A River Called Titas

A River Called Titas

An in-depth look at the lives and struggles of the community of fishermen living by the river Titash.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:Bengali
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   river,  

A 1973 Bangladeshi film it describes the life of the fishermen on the bank of the Titas River in Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A River Called Titas torrent reviews

Lucas M (us) wrote: Kevin James is a good actor and comedian. Sadly, it doesn't take much for good people to do really dumb things in bad company (aka Adam Sandler). This more childish friendly fare is bland, stupid, and a vapid waste of talent.

Jasneel B (de) wrote: rajpal yadav is the man of this movie!

Lucas B (ag) wrote: Never even heard of this movie.

Alexander C (es) wrote: Could be worthwhile, will see.

Tom D (br) wrote: This movie sequel is a fun action ride. Jason Statham is great in the lead role and there are a lot of entertaining and exciting action sequences. There are a couple moments that are really far fetched even for an action movie, Overall I would recommend this film.

Eliabeth H (ru) wrote: A good movie-slightly over dramatic in places, but a great story (Helen Keller and teacher) and beautiful cinematography. It was fun seeing these actors in nonsinging/dancing roles-they were good. It bothered Caleb that he kept talking to her in the beginning. A couple of interesting twists.

Yash B (au) wrote: Silly but fairly decent ride. It's a Michael Bay movie so therefore it's not as great when it comes to characters and emotions but it delivers some wonderful special effects and thrills. It's a very underrated movie for sure. I enjoyed it for what it was, as should you.

Sterlin R (ag) wrote: A fun and entertaining movie that still holds up to this very day.

Crystal M (kr) wrote: own this very good moive

Luis E (mx) wrote: Una pelicula bastante mediocre, efectos visuales malos, suspenso nulo, personajes ridiculos....pero eso si, mucha nostalgia setentera.

(us) wrote: It seems that the movie is very different form Noel Coward's play, but there's still enough theatrical wit left to make the script shine. So, was the final agreement identical to the first, or were there amendments?

Drew M (it) wrote: This is a damn near masterpiece! Regretful I haven't watched it sooner!